Haverhill's Cultural Treasures



Haverhill's five Cultural Treasures champion historic preservation, open space, natural resources, and sponsor a wide variety of community activities.  The Haverhill Treasures Brochure



Winnekenni Castle is an historic landmark built of native stone by Dr. James R. Nichols as his summer home. Located within Winnekenni Park which spans more than 200 acres of conservation land, the Castle serves today as a cultural center which hosts both public and private events. Read more about Winnekenni Castle
Tattersall Farm is a 150 acre property with conservation areas and open space. It consists of hayfields, meadows and both open and wooded paths for passive recreational activities. 978-372-0861. Read more about Tattersall Farm.

Haverhill Firefighting Museum houses the most extensive collection of artifacts relating to the City of Haverhill Fire Department including antique trucks and firefighting and rescue equipment. Call 978-994-9252.  Read more about the Haverhill Firefighting Museum.
Whittier Birthplace is the homestead of Quaker poet and abolitionist John Greenleaf Whittier. Visitors experience the life of an early New England farm family and enjoy the pastoral pleasures of hiking and picnicking on the grounds. Read more about Whittier Birthplace.



Buttonwoods Museum/Haverhill Historical Society is an active community museum that preserves Haverhill's history through public programming for all ages, interpretation of its three historic structures and the exhibition of its collections. See how Timberland Boots were inspired by Haverhill's shoe industry.

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